Which of the following could be used to make the simplest circuit? A. a battery and a wire B. a battery, wire, and a switch C. a battery, wire, and a light bulb D. a battery, wire, switch, and a light bulb
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User: Which of the following could be used to make the simplest circuit? A. a battery and a wire B. a battery, wire, and a switch C. a battery, wire, and a light bulb D. a battery, wire, switch, and a light bulb

Weegy: A battery, wire, and a light bulb could be used to make the simplest circuit.

User: ________ can exist without ________, but ________ cannot exist without ________. A. Current, voltage; voltage, current B. Voltage, current; current, voltage C. Current, resistance; resistance, current D. Resistance, current; current, resistance

Weegy: Voltage can exist without current, but current cannot exist without voltage.

User: Charges cannot flow without A. current. B. voltage. C. resistance. D. an open switch in a circuit.

Weegy: Charges cannot flow without VOLTAGE.

User: Using a stream analogy, resistance is most like A. the flow of water. B. rocks on a stream bed. C. the slope of the land the stream flows over. D. the final place the water goes after it's flowed downhill.

Weegy: Using a stream analogy, resistance is most like - the final place the water goes after it's flowed downhill.
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User: The direction electrons flow in the circuit above A. is clockwise. B. is counter-clockwise. C. depends on the battery's voltage. D. depends on the resistance of the light bulb.

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